KATHMANDU — The two major ruling partners — CPN-UML and UCPN (Maoist) — reached a nine-point agreement after the Maoist party decided to continue to support Prime Minister KP Oli’s government on Thursday night.
In the understanding, the two parties have decided to take initiatives to form a national consensus government with an objective to create conducive environment for the implementation of Constitution.
The two major ruling coalition partners have decided to provide compensation to the family members of martyrs and disappeared people as per the decision taken by the previous governments.
They also have decided to talk about and resolve the issues of Madhes-based parties including federalism through political consensus.
Likewise, the parties have decided to start the process of amending the laws within 15 days to work on transitional justice as per the spirit of the Comprehensive Peace Accord.
The parties have decided to make proper arrangements for the treatment, protection and livelihoods of those injured in the conflict period and people’s movement.
They have also decided to register the ownership of lands dealt on the basis of household documents during the conflict time.
They have decided to initiate the process to withdraw or give clemency on the cases filed during the conflict period.
They have also decided to increase necessary arrangements for the treatment of injured, who have already been categorised.
They have also decided to hold regular discussions and forge consensus among the top leaders of the major political parties while making political or administrative appointments and taking important decisions of the government.
They have decided to implement the past agreements. The two parties also have decided to accelerate the post-quake reconstruction works and to launch national campaign to deploy volunteers.Follow @gorkhapost
CCTV cameras lying idle
BETRAWATI— The CCTV cameras installed at main market area and road side of Bidur Municipality in Nuwakot are lying idle.
As many as 25 sets of CCTV which were installed on the initiative of Nuwakot Chamber of Commerce and Industry are now dysfunctional.
The cameras were set up at the cost of Rs 3.5 million. The concerned side has not paid any attention to repair the cameras in the public which were helpful in maintaining security in the areas.
Right now almost all the CCTVs installed in the public places are not in functioning condition, said Basanta Kunwar, Superintendant of Police.
The cameras were installed a year ago in collaboration among the Nuwakot District Development Committee, Bidur Municipality, different banks and financial institutions.Follow @gorkhapost